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What coin is e-pluribus unum?

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2012-04-09 01:36:52

No such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin of any type. Because the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all most every US coin ever made.

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E PLURIBUS UNUM is NOT a type of silver dollar, it is the national motto. Please post a new question with the date of the coin.


All Nickels, Quarters, Half Dollars and Dollar US coins dated 1900 have the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on them, a denomination is needed.


E pluribus unum is Latin for "from many, one", used as the U.S. motto until "In God We Trust" was officially adopted in 1956 (possibly as a reaction to the godless Commies).


Out of many, one.it means out of many oneE pluribus unum, Latin for "Out of many, one",


$17.00-$26.00 and it's a Morgan Dollar NOT a E PLURIBUS UNUM dollar


Yes, it's worth money. How much money mainly depends on the coin's denomination, which you forgot to include in your question.


If the coin has no wear anywhere but on the "e" in "e pluribus unum" chances are it is a grease filled die. These are common error coins that don't sell for much of a premium, especially if it is just one letter that is off in "e pluribus unum". If the coin is well worn, most likely the "e" just wore off throughout the years.


This question is unanswerable because there isn't enough information. To appraise a US coin, you need to list the denomination, date, mint mark, and condition.


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A denomination is needed. Post new question.


8-6-11>>> No such coin exist. All US coins dated 1897 (except 10 cent & 1 cent coins) have E PLURIBUS UNUM on them, this Latin phrase is the National Motto and can't be used to identify any US coin. Post new question with the denomination.


No such thing as a E PLURIBUS UNUM coin. This Latin phrase is the national motto that appears on the obverse (front) of all Morgan silver dollars. Asumming it is a Morgan dollar. The value depends on the condition of the coin. 1887 is a common date for this series of U.S. silver dollars. Current average retail values for circulated coins are $30.00-$40.00.


Please post a new question. There isn't enough information in this question. Also, E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is NOT a type of coin. This Latin phrase is a national motto that's on most older US. coins and all modern coins. Look at the coins in your pocket. Include the denomination of the coin and a brief description of it's condition.



The US Mint struck no dollar coins dated 1830 of any type.


In 1962 the Denver Mint struck all denominations of circulating coins, they all have D's and the motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM. Post new question with better information.


PHRASE, not "phase"E Pluribus Unum, not "pluribus unum"The words mean "Out of many, one" and appear on ALL American coins.


The national motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM does not identify the coin. Post new question with the denomination.


It depends on the denomination of the coin, because the motto E pluribus unum is on all U.S. coins.


Circulated coins are $17.00 to $30.00 and it's a Morgan dollar not an E PLURIBUS UNUM coin.


Which US coin dated 1900 with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM are you asking about?


A date an denomination are needed, post new question. NOTE: An E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin does NOT EXIST.


The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, not the type or name of any U.S. coin and CAN NOT be used to identify a coin. Post a new question and include the denomination of the coin.


E Pluribus Unum does NOT identify a coin. Post a new question and include the country of origin, denomination, and date.



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